Anthony Fiore joins Urban Green Live to discuss NYC’s plan to reduce emissions and comply with Local Law 97.
NYSERDA’s Doreen Harris and Janet Joseph help break down what the states’s 2022 climate agenda means for New Yorkers.
Dana Gunders, Executive Director of ReFED, joins us to discuss food waste and its impact on the environment and economy.
Jeremy Shannon of the NYC School Construction Authority updates us on shifting schools away from fossil fuels.
Ben Furnas, Director of the NYC Mayor’s Office of Climate and Sustainability, looks at the city’s plans to lower emissions.
Tune in to this episode to learn more about a low carbon future from international industry experts.
How will federal policy for building retrofits and energy efficiency be affected by political shifts in Washington D.C.?
Acting president and CEO of NYSERDA Doreen Harris joins us to discuss the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act.
Dr. Joseph Allen dives into the false choice between health and energy in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tune in to this episode of Urban Green Live to hear as Pate Foye and John Mandyck discuss sustainability for the MTA.
Join Sophie and John as they discuss how NYC can utilize hydropower to reduce carbon emissions.
Davina Rooney joins John Mandyck to discuss embodied carbon and the future of building materials.
NYSERDA’s $40 million Buildings of Excellence competition is catalyzing the design and construction in New York State.
How do we build a future that is sustainable, equitable, and healthy?